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Newsletter - San Leandro Unified School District
Roosevelt Hornet Newsletter
9 5 1 D o w l i n g B l vd
San Leandro, CA 94577
510-618-4350
Important
Dates
Apr 3 – Family Art &
Rhythm Night
Apr 4 – Roosepalooza
Apr 9 – All School
Assembly, 8:15 a.m.
Apr 7-10, Book Fair
NEW DATE & TIME
Apr 9 – Coffee &
Conversation, 8:35
a.m. This week only.
Apr 10 – Dads’ Club
Spag. Dinner, 5:30 &
Elementary Open House,
6:30
Apr 11 – Spring Pictures
Apr 14-18 –
Spring Break
Apr 23 - MANDATORY
Residency Verification
@ Bancroft, 4-7 p.m
Apr 23 – Voces Unidas,
6:30 p.m.
Apr 24 – Dads’ Club
Mtg., 6:30, PTA Mtg., 7
p.m.
Apr 30 – Walk and Roll
to School Day
Apr 30 – Todd Bove
Memorial Reception, 7
p.m
Future Dates
May 7 - Coffee &
Conversation, 8:15 a.m.
May 14 – Multi-cultural
Event
May 14 – All School
Assembly, 8:10 a.m.
May 15 – Dads’ Club,
6:30, PTA Mtg., 7 p.m.
May 26 – Memorial DayNo School
May 28 – Volunteer Tea,
2:30
May 28 – LGBTQS Mtg.,
7 p.m.
Victoria Forrester, Principal
Issue #20, April 2, 2014
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Apr. 3rd – Family Art & Rhythm Night, 7 P.M.
Apr. 4th- ROOSEPALOOZA, 7 P.M.
Apr. 7-10 – Book Fair
Apr. 9th- Coffee & Conversation, 8:35 a.m., NEW DATE & TIME
Principal’s News
Dear Roosevelt Community,
Querida Comunidad de Roosevelt,
Here are a few highlights for the coming
week.
Aquí hay algunos de los eventos para la siguiente
semana.
New School Website: In an effort to move
towards standardized technology use across
the district, SLUSD has asked all schools to
begin using new website platforms which
can be accessed through the SLUSD
homepage. Please check out Roosevelt’s site
at: www.sanleandro.k12.ca.us/roosevelt. We
appreciate your patience as we work to
upload new content and sharpen our webskills. The Roosevelt Newsletter can now be
accessed through the website. Instructions for
receiving email/text alerts from the website
are included in this newsletter.
Nuevo Sitio Web de la Escuela: En un esfuerzo
para encaminarnos al uso de tecnología
estandarizada a lo largo del distrito, SLUSD ha
pedido a todas las escuelas empezar a usar las
nuevas herramientas del sitio web, el cual puede
accesar a través de la página principal del
Distrito. Por favor revise nuestra página de
Internet de Roosevelt en
www.sanleandro.k12.ca.us/roosevelt. Nosotros
apreciamos su paciencia al estar nosotros
trabajando en descargar nuevo contenido y
adiestrándonos en nuestras habilidades para
manejar el sitio web. El boletín de noticias de
Roosevelt puede accesarse a través de nuestro
sitio web. Instrucciones para recibir email/
alertas de texto del sitio web están incluidas en
este boletín de noticias.
Community Forums: Would you like to
have some input in how SLUSD allocates
funding for the coming school year? You are
invited to attend SLUSD’s Local Control and
Accountability Plan (LCAP) Community
Forums. Please plan to attend one of these
important meetings:
 April 8th 6pm @ AEC
 April 21st 6pm @ AEC
 April 24th, 6pm @ District Office
Have a great week!
Dr. Soraya Sablo Sutton
Interim Principal
Roosevelt Elementary
Foros de la Comunidad: ¿Te gustaría dar tu
punto de vista en como SLUSD debería distribuir
su presupuesto para el siguiente año escolar?
Estas invitado a asistir a él Plan local de
Responsabilidad y Control de SLUSD (LCAP)
Los Foros de la Comunidad. Por favor planeé
asistir a una de estas reuniones:
 8 de Abril 6pm @ AEC
 21 de Abril 6pm @ AEC
 24 de Abril 6pm @ District Office
¡Que tenga una gran Semana!
Dr. Soraya Sablo Sutton
Directora Interina
Escuela Primaria Roosevelt
Page 2
Hornet Newsletter
Special Thanks to…
 last week’s office worker’s Valerie Klein and Alex Chicas who worked hard and
answered phones.
 this week’s office worker’s Nathan Haut and Phoenix Chandra who worked hard and
answered phones.
We couldn’t have done it without you!
The Spring 2014 Clothing Exchange is here!
Zocalo Coffeehouse is back and ready for fun.
Sunday, April 27, 2014, 7p-10p
Zocalo Coffeehouse, 645 Bancroft Ave.
$10 suggested donation at the door. Light hors de oeuvres and drinks will be provided.
Alright Ladies (sorry males)! Gather all you're finest clothing that you'd only gift to your besties (hold the highest
standards, please!) that you're not wearing (for whatever reason) and let go of it to make space for new treasures!
Items to bring: Coats, hats, purses, gloves, scarves, dresses, tops, blouses, blazers, pants, skirts, shoes, boots, belts,
jewelry...
Minimally used hair products, perfume, nail and skin care, travel size or hotel toiletries, feminine hygiene products.
For direct donation to remained bagged: Men's and children's clothing, household and sporting goods. Let it all go to
someone who loves it and needs it. Everybody wins!
Collaborative Creativity Happens at BandWorks Summer Camp!
For kids 8+, BandWorks award-winning Rock n’ Roll Camp is open to young beginners through advanced, older teen
players. Top profession musician-instructors create a team environment while teaching kids the skills they need to
play in a band! By the end of the week, students are rocking teaching kids the skills they need to play in a rock
band! By the end of the week, students are rocking out in a live performance in the classroom. Locations in
Oakland, San Carlos, Los Altos and San Rafael.
For registration and more info about BandWorks Summer Camp, please contact us today at [email protected] ,
510.THE.BAND (843-2263), or visit the BandWorks website: BandWorks Summer Camp.
We need your help!
We need your help in keeping our kids and campus safe at lunch time! We’re looking for Noon Supervisors from
11:30-12:45 every day. You can volunteer or earn a little pocket change. If you or someone you know is willing
to help us out please come to our front office to apply. Thank you!!!
California Department of Education
March 2014
Smarter Balanced Field Test
Parent and Guardian Notification Letter Template
Dear Parent/Guardian:
This is an exciting time for everyone at Roosevelt Elementary School.
As you may already know, we, along with thousands of schools across California, are
participating in a field test of a modern assessment system designed to help shape
teaching and learning in the classroom. Known as the California Assessment of Student
Performance and Progress – or CAASPP – these computer-based tests replace the
STAR program.
These tests are aligned to the Common Core State Standards for English and math,
which California adopted in 2010 to describe what knowledge and skills students need
to be well prepared for college and careers, no matter where they come from or where
they live.
Part of the goal of the field test this year is to determine how well individual questions
allow students to demonstrate what they know and still need to learn. We are also
taking this opportunity to see how well our technical capabilities meet the demands of
computer-based assessments and to see what resources our teachers and school may
yet need.
Finally and importantly, this year also gives your student an opportunity to try out the
new system without consequences. All of this combined means that we will not be
capturing scores this year. Instead, we will use what we learn from this field test to help
ensure a successful full launch of the system in the 2014-15 school year.
Our next step in that transition is to administer the field test to students in 3rd – 5th
grades from April 7th – May 2nd. If you want to see what types of questions students
will be asked or how the test will be presented, there is a practice test available online at
http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sa/practicetest.asp.
If you would like more information, please visit the California Department of Education
Smarter Balanced Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sa/smarterfieldtest.asp. If
you have any questions regarding your child’s participation, please contact your child’s
teacher or the main office at Roosevelt School.
Sincerely,
Dr. Soraya Sablo Sutton
Interim Principal
Roosevelt Elementary
SBAC Testing starts Next Week!
Please be sure your child gets a good night sleep
& eats breakfast on test days (and everyday).
Roosevelt Spring 2014 Testing Schedule
3rd grade
4th grade
Mon. Apr 7
Tues. Apr 8
Wed. Apr 9
Thur. Apr 10
Fri. Apr 11
M-F
Mon. Apr. 21
ELA
Wed. Apr. 23
ELA PT
Tues. Apr. 22
Thur. Apr. 24
Fri. Apr. 25
M-F
Mon May 5
Tues. May 6
Wed. May 7
Thur. May 8
Fri. May 9
5th grade
ELA
Math
Math
ELA
Class Activity
ELA PT
Spring Break April 14 - 18
ELA
Math
Class Activity
Math PT
Math
ELA
Class Activity
ELA PT
ELA PT
SBAC Make up Testing April 28 – May 2
CST Science Exam
CST/CMA Science
CST/CMA Science
CST/CMA Science
Make up
Make up
Days highlighted in yellow indicate when students will receive direct instruction
from their classroom teacher that they will need for the SBAC test. These are critical
days to attend school.
Roosevelt
Garden
Cleanup Day
Saturday April 5th
9:00 AM to Noon
Beautify the Community and
Reading Gardens!
Help for 1 hour or 3 hours
Children are welcome with parents
Come early for donuts
Contact Fred Reichert for details
at [email protected] or phone 508-3194
Roosevelt Elementary has partnered with
the Oakland A’s to Step Up to the Plate for Education!
All tickets can be purchased online. A portion of each ticket sold will go back to
our school. Please note, if you would like to sit with another family you will
need to purchase your tickets together. We recommend purchasing tickets
early to get the best available seats!
www.athletics.com/hornet
Sat. April 5 @ 1:05pm vs. Seattle Mariners (fleece blanket giveaway)
Sat. April 19 @ 1:05pm vs. Houston Astros **ROOSEVELT DAY**
Sun. May 11 @ 1:05pm vs. Washington Nationals (Breast Cancer Awareness Day)
Mon. May 26 @ 1:05pm vs. Detroit Tigers (Sport Clips Charity Cuts)
Thurs. June 19 @ 7:05pm vs. Boston Red Sox (Patelco Throwback Thursday)
Please plan on joining us for at least one game as we cheer on the A’s. Make a day of it and
gather friends & family for a tailgate party and then enjoy the game. Remember, if you want to
sit together you must purchase your tickets together.
The sooner you buy your tickets the better the seats are. Please buy tickets before the **April
30th deadline.
Let’s make this more than a fundraiser. Let’s make it a Hornets
Community Event. GO HORNETS! GO A’s!!!
If you have any questions, comments or issues please contact:
Maria Markison @ (510)569-2156 or @ [email protected]
The Spring Book Fair is
almost here!!!
Monday, April 7th - Thursday, April 10th
Everyday after School
And
During Open House!
We need your help!
Please consider volunteering an hour at the fair! All volunteers receive
a $5 book credit towards the purchase of a book at this fair! No
experience is necessary.
To sign-up to help at our 2014 Spring Book Fair - here's how it
works in 3 easy steps:
1) Use this link to go to the invitation page on VolunteerSpot:
http://vols.pt/JSJ73v
2) Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on
VolunteerSpot)
3) Sign up! Choose your spots – You will receive a confirmation and
reminders!
Note: VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone. If you
prefer not to use your email address, please contact us and we can sign you up
manually. Thank you.
Book Fair Co-Chairs
Jill Stowe
510-326-5446 cell
[email protected]
Joie Toscano
[email protected] Dear Parents and Families:
Reading is the most important skill you can teach a child. Of all the skills children learn, it is the one you can
influence the most.
We invite you to visit our Scholastic Book Fair and experience a celebration of reading that provides families
the opportunity to get involved in a universal mission: encouraging kids to read every day so they can lead
better lives.
Our Scholastic Book Fair theme - Book Fair Fiesta: ¡Yo Quiero Libros! ¡Vamos a Leer! (I Want Books!
Let's Go Read!) –surrounds students in the celebration of reading with hundreds of fun, engaging,
affordable books for them to discover. Giving kids access to good books and the opportunity to choose their
own books will motivate them to read more. And like most acquired skills, the more kids practice reading, the
better they’ll get.
Reading is vital to every child’s success, and raising kids as readers means getting involved while they’re
young. Now is the time. Since there will never be a substitute for a parent’s direct involvement in his/her
child’s education, please make plans to visit our Book Fair. Hope to see you there!
Book Fair Dates:
Shopping Hours:
Special Events:
Monday, April 7 – Thursday April 10, 2014
After School Each Day
Dad’s Club Dinner and Open House 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Before you visit the Book Fair be sure to download the FREE Book Fairs App to help you find the right fit
books for your child. For more information, visit: http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/roosevelthornets.
And if you’re all booked up during Book Fair week be sure to visit the Book Fair online through our web page
or at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available for an extended time from April 1st to April 20th.
We look forward to having you participate in our Fair, and remember, all purchases benefit our school.
Sincerely,
Dr. Soraya Sablo-Sutton
Principal
Permission to reproduce this item is granted by Scholastic Book Fairs®
© 2014 Scholastic Inc. 11111 • 141206
Estimados padres y familiares:
Leer es la destreza más importante que uno le puede enseñar a un niño. De todas las destrezas
que los niños pueden aprender, esta es la que los padres más pueden ayudar a desarrollar.
Los invitamos a visitar nuestra Feria del Libro de Scholastic y disfrutar de una celebración de la
lectura que ofrece a las familias la oportunidad de participar en una misión universal: animar a los
niños a leer todos los días para que tengan una vida mejor.
Nuestra feria, Fiesta de la Feria del Libro: ¡Yo quiero libros! ¡Vamos a leer!, lleva a los
estudiantes una verdadera celebración de la lectura con cientos de libros divertidos, atractivos y a
precios razonables que ellos podrán descubrir. Brindarles a los niños el acceso a buenos libros y
la oportunidad de escoger aquellos que ellos desean leer, los motivará a leer más. Y como todas
las habilidades adquiridas, mientras más practiquen la lectura, mejor leerán los niños.
Leer es vital para el éxito de cada niño, y educar buenos lectores requiere que los padres estén
involucrados en la educación de sus hijos desde que son pequeños. Este es el momento de
hacerlo. No hay nada que pueda sustituir el papel de los padres. Por favor, no se pierda nuestra
Feria del Libro. ¡Esperamos verlos!
Fechas de la Feria del Libro:
lunes, 7 de abril a jueves, 10 de abril
Horario de compras:
Después de escuela cada día
Eventos especiales:
Durante Open House, 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Antes de visitar la Feria del Libro asegúrese de bajar la aplicación GRATIS de la Feria del Libro
(Book Fairs App) para que lo ayude a encontrar los libros correctos para su hijo. Para más
información, http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/roosevelthornets. Y si está muy ocupado
durante la semana de la Feria del Libro y no puede asistir a la misma, visite la Feria del Libro en
línea en el sitio scholatic.com/fair. Nuestra Feria en Línea estará disponible desde 1 de abril to 20
de abril.
Atentamente,
Permission to reproduce this item is granted by Scholastic Book Fairs®
© 2014 Scholastic Inc. 11111 • 140602
Dr. Soraya Sablo-Sutton
Directora
The Spring Book Fair is almost here… early!
Monday, April 7th- Thursday, April 10th
Every day after School & During Open House!
What you should know about our Book Fair:
1)
It’s a convenient and affordable way to find some exciting new books for your
child’s or children’s spring and summer reading! Selections in Spanish, Special Value Books, and hundreds of
popular titles such as Spirit Animals, Geronimo Stilton, Skippy Jon Jones, Pinkalicious, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, and
much much more!
2)
Our Goal is to reach $7000 in total sales. What does this mean for our school?
Up to 60% profits are used for books for our classrooms & library!
We also raise up to $1000 additional funds for PTA sponsored programs!
3) What is our reward for reaching our goal? If you’ve never experienced one of Roosevelt’s Pop Star Concerts, you
won’t want to miss the newest sensation coming to the Roosevelt Stage this year! Former Principal Forrester has
promised a farewell performance you won’t want to miss! Once again, for one day only, and only if we can reach
our goal! It’s a lunchtime experience you won’t want to miss!
4)
All for Books – Roosevelt also does its part of helping others. This fair we will be
collecting donations towards books for Garfield Elementary School’s library. All donations will count towards our
total sales and Scholastic matches our donation amount and gives to their favorite charities. All it takes is some
loose change or $1! Look for the bright orange or green collection boxes or include it with your purchase at the
register!
5)
Volunteers are needed! No experience Necessary! One hour is a huge help!
Go to VolunteerSpot: http://vols.pt/JSJ73v Log in with your email address only, and sign-up to help on the
schedule provided! $5 book credit offered per shift!
6)
For more information about our fair, visit:
http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/roosevelthornets
7) IF you cannot attend the fair in person, but still want to find some new reading, visit our book fair website, and
go to our Online Store! Shipping is free and books will be delivered the week after the end of the online fair
(April 1–April 20)
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Permission to reproduce this item is granted by Scholastic Book Fairs®
La Feria del Libro de primavera casi esta aqui…temprano
Lunes Abril 7 – Jueves Abril 10
Despues de la escuala y durante Open House
Lo que tienes que saber de la feria del libro:
1) Es una forma conveniente y economica de encontrar nuevos y emocionantes libros
para la lectura de tu hijo/hijos! Selecciones en espanol, libros de valor especial, y titulos
populares como Spirit Animals, Geronimo Stilton, Skippy Jon Jones, Pinkalicious, Diary of a
Wimpy Kid, y mucho mas! Hazlo emocionante y divertido con nuevos libros!
2) Nuestra meta es recaudar $7,000 en ventas. Que significa esto para nuestra escuela?
Hasta un 60% de las ganancias son usadas para libros para nuestra biblioteca y nuestros
salones de clases!! Tambien recaudamos hasta $1,000 adicionales para los fondos de
programas patrocinados por PTA!
3) Cual es nuestra recompensa por alcansar nuestra meta? Si nunca ha experimentado
un Pop Star concierto de Roosevelt, no te pierdas la nueva sensacion que viene a Roosevelt!
Ex director Forrester ha prometido una actuacion de despedida por un solo dia, y si
llegamos a nuestro objetivo! Es una experiencia que no puedes perder!
4) Todo Para Libros – Esta feria tambien va estar recolectando donaciones para la biblioteca
de Garfield Elementary School. Todos nuestras donaciones van hacer parte de nuestra venta
y Scholastic va a considir con nuestra cantidad de donaciones donando libros a sus
caridades favoritas. Solo Toma un poco de dinero en cambio o simplemente un $1! Busca
las cajas de donation o inclulle tu donacion al momento de pagar en la caja registradora!
5) Voluntarios son bienvenidos! No necesitas experiencia alguna y una hora de tu tiempo
es suficiente ayuda! Registrate en http://vols.pt/JSJ73v o contacta a: Jill Stowe [email protected] o Joie Toscano – [email protected], las cordinadoras de la
feria del libro.
6) Para mas informacion acerca de nuestra feria del libro, visita:
http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/roosevelthornets
Si no puedes atender pero te gustaria encontrar Buena literartura para la escuela,
visita nuestra pagina de la Feria del Libro y ve a nuastra tienda de libros en linea!
Libros seran entregados la semana despues de la feria en linea (Abril 1–Abril 20)
Roosevelt Elementary Pasta Feed
Come carbo load before Open House!
Roosevelt School Multipurpose Room
Thursday, April 10, 2014
5:00 PM to 6:15 PM
$5 per Person; 3 Years and Younger Free
All you can eat Catered by Luke’s Grill
Fettuccine with Alfredo
Sauce
Garden Salad w/ Italian
Dressing
Spaghetti with Meat Sauce
French Bread: Buttered or
Garlic
Dessert Cookies
Lemonade or Water
Sponsored by the Roosevelt Dads’ Club
You are invited to attend the San
Leandro Unified School District’s
Local Control and Accountability Plan
(LCAP) Community Forums
Tuesday, April 8th 6:00pm - 7:30pm Arts & Education Center, SLHS
(2200 Bancroft Avenue)
Monday, April 21st 6:00pm - 7:30pm Arts & Education Center, SLHS
(2200 Bancroft Avenue)
Thursday, April 24th 6:00pm - 7:30pm PDC-District Office
(14735 Juniper Street)
Join us to learn more about the LCAP and to provide input for
the development of this important plan.
This Local Control and Accountability Plan is being developed to describe the
school district’s overall vision for students and set annual goals and specific actions
the district will take to achieve the vision and those goals.
San Leandro Unified School District is holding three community meetings open to all
parents and community members to review input that has been gathered for the Local
Control and Accountability Plan. Participants will have an opportunity to provide input
regarding actions and services for students.
Please join us!
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Dates
May 2 & 3 – 8pm
May 4 – 2pm
May 9 & 10 – 8pm
May 11 – 2pm
Ticket Prices
Students & Seniors $8
Regular $15
Children under 12 FREE
Family Plan Package:
2 Adults w/ 4 children $25
Advance tickets
available here
or online at
www.sanleandropac.com
We are currently accepting enrollment applications for our
2014-15 school year. You can download our application from
our website and return it in person during school hours
(T-F, 8:45am – 2:30pm) or by mail.
Important Dates
March 22
March 25
March 31
Application Deadline
Lottery held to fill open spaces (need not be present)
Families notified of lottery results
Broadmoor offers a fun and loving atmosphere where your
child will develop self-esteem, meet new friends, stimulate
the mind, learn cooperation, nurture the personality, and
aid in their social-emotional development.
AM Class – 3 Year Olds
PM Class – 4 Year Olds
• 2 ½ hour sessions per day Tue-Fri
• Each day features art, science, games, cooking, music , outdoor activities
• Parents assist in class once a week
Celebrating over 75 years as a Parent Cooperative Preschool!
510-569-5360
www.BroadmoorPreschool.org
951 Dowling Blvd, San Leandro (next to Roosevelt Elementary School)
IT’S SUBMISSION TIME!
Submit all your Box Tops to
your school Coordinator by
MAY 2, 2014
!
¡ES TIEMPO DE ENVIO!
Asegúrate de envier a tu
escuela todos tus Box Tops.
Mayo 14, 2014

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